Really cool dimensional mechanic.
Nice art design.
Various dimensions have fun properties.
Some weak platforming elements.
By TechSpot on June 25, 2012
Let's just get this out of the way: Yes, Quantum Conundrum is a first-person puzzler, just like Portal. Yes, it was designed by Kim Swift, the project lead on Portal. And yes, it shares some of Portal's core traits: there's a...-
By Computeractive on October 30, 2012
One of our favourite games of recent years was Portal. It had a simple, focused premise: use your ability to create wormholes to get from one end of a test lab to the other. However, this was cleverly combined with some brain-melting physics-based...-
By GamePlanet on August 30, 2012
Anyone expecting anything close to the quality of Portal for fifteen bucks will be sorely disappointed. If approached as a distraction, disappointment may be mitigated to somewhere around "mild", and small pockets of enjoyment may...45
By reviewed.com on August 29, 2012
By Gamers Daily News on August 14, 2012
ReplayWhile the puzzles are obviously pretty linear and may not be much fun to play again, there are several hidden items to track...85
By GadgetReview on July 12, 2012
Writing comedy is hard, as Gameology just discovered after speaking with Steve Heinrich, Lead Writer of You Don't Know Jack. Equally challenging to a game based around comedy are puzzle games. Not only must the creator provide a uniquely challenging...40
By New Game Network on July 11, 2012
A solid puzzler with some interesting aspects involving four different dimensions. Expanding the solutions and employing more forgiving platforming would have improved the...78
By PC Advisor on June 24, 2012
As a £10 game made by a tiny team in just year, Quantum Conundrum is well worth checking out and there's no doubt that we need more games like it. It's just such a shame it dropped so many critical balls - it comes so close to greatness but...70
By Strategy Informer on June 22, 2012
You’ve got to hand it to Kim Swift: she sticks to her principles. After guiding the fantastic Portal to creation, the moment she found out Valve didn’t want to experiment with non-portal-based puzzles for the sequel she jumped ship. No...80
By cnet on June 22, 2012
Quantum Conundrum's nutty interdimensional experiments don't go off without a hitch, but this inventive first-person puzzler still produces some enjoyable...70